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Restoring Riparian Ecosystems: The Challenge of Accommodating Variability and Designing Restoration Trajectories Ecology and Society
Hughes, Francine M. R; Anglia Polytechnic University; f.hughes@apu.ac.uk; Colston, Adrian; Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve; adrian.colston@nationaltrust.org.uk; Mountford, J. Owen; NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology; om@ceh.ac.uk.
Flood disturbance processes play a key role in the functioning of riparian ecosystems and in the maintenance of biodiversity along river corridors. As a result, riparian ecosystems can be described as mobile habitat mosaics characterized by variability and unpredictability. Any river restoration initiative should aim to mimic these attributes. This paper suggests that there needs to be an increased institutional capacity to accept some levels of both variability and unpredictability in the ecological outcomes of river restoration projects. Restoration projects have frequently used some form of historical or contemporary reference system to define objectives and to help in the evaluation process. Using these reference systems can give a false sense of the...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Synthesis Palavras-chave: River restoration; Predictability; Variability; Restoration trajectories; Reference systems; Wicken Fen; Floodplain forests; Restoration objectives; Restoration evaluation.
Ano: 2005
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